Black Creek Nature Trail

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The Black Creek Nature Trail begins at the Davison Township Municipal Center and joins the Abernathy Park Trail in the city of Davison. These two trails, which connect the township and city, are part of the area's efforts to encourage a healthy, active community. Trail-goers will enjoy the tree-lined, 1.6-mile route along the Black Creek to the 138-acre park. In May 2011, the Davison Arch was erected where the township and city meet on the trail and is a monument to the joint effort to create the trail.

Parking and Trail Access

From east or west: take I-69 to M-15, then go north into the City of Davison to Clark Street (near the center of town). Turn west on Clark Street; at the stop sign (Dayton Street), go north to Harvey Drive. Continue west on Harvey to the Abernathy Park entrance. The trail starts at the east end of the park.

From north or south: take M-15 in to City of Davison to Clark Street (near the center of town). Turn west on Clark Street; at the stop sign (Dayton Street), go north to Harvey Drive. Continue west on Harvey to the Abernathy Park entrance. The trail starts at the east end of the park.

Reviews

hidden treasure

   June, 2013 by jcourte

I moved to the Davison area a year ago and just found out about the trail. My son was visiting from California and found it walking from our residence. I have ridden the trail on two occasions since and I find it delightful. It is well maintained, has ...read more

Dog Run

   April, 2011 by pintwister

I have ridden this trail many times. It has the potential of being a very good bike trail, but residents have turned this beautiful trail into a dog run. It is almost impossible to have a pleasurable ride without having to ride off the trail to avoid ...read more

BLACK CREEK NATURE TRAIL

   February, 2011 by pmiller/davtwp

Though this trail is still being added to and improved, it remains one of the areas best kept secrets. Even though it is only 1.6 miles in length, it traverses through senic areas and has an abundance of bird and wildlife along it's course. It also connects ...read more